The new app supports peer-to-peer payments to anyone anywhere in the US.
Google has updated its Wallet app for the iOS to version 10.16.10, making it even easier for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to send money to anyone in the US, provided the latter has a valid email address. There is no compulsion on the receiver to have the app installed on their device.
The revamped app with a peer-to-peer payment focus now makes it possible for users to cash out directly using their Google Wallet debit card. It further allows users to split bills and any other expenses, thus making it convenient for them to keep tabs on the exact amount owed to or by them.
With the latest update, the Wallet app for iOS has caught up to its Android counterpart, which had received a similar update earlier this month, along with a new mobile-payment service Android Pay.
The updated version of Google Wallet is now available for download at the App store.
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